Advacam s.r.o., A spin-off from the Medipix collaborations, bringing the next generation of radiation imaging detectors to the scientific and industrial market. All their cameras count individual photons in each pixel while measuring energy of the detected radiation. To achieve this they use the technologies from Medipix2, Medipix3 and Timepix3. In 2016 Advacam delivered a small particle tracking detector to NASA, scheduled to fly to the International Space Station in March 2017. Read more
Amsterdam Scientific Instruments (ASI), a spin-off from the Medipix Collaboration, aims to develop, build and deliver the best and most reliable equipment for the photon science community. Based on the Medipix2, Medipix3 and Timepix3 technologies, ASI offers hybrid pixelated detectors for a broad range of applications both for scientific and industrial users. Read more
Malvern Panalytical is a world leading supplier of analytical instrumentation. The company offers solutions for the purpose of materials analysis as well as for materials and biophysical characterization technology. Malvern Panalytical’s X-ray instrumentation and software provide highly reliable and robust elemental and structural information on materials and are applied in scientific research and industrial process and quality control.
Since the year 2000 Malvern Panlytical has been an industrial partner of the Medipix collaboration. The aim for
Medipix3 allows ‘colour’ imaging during CT scans, or so-called spectral imaging. By sending X-rays of different energies through the object being examined, the Medipix3 chip can detect the photons one-by-one, categorising them according to their energy, thus providing information about the density and the atomic structure of a tissue. For example, while regular non-colour X-ray images from CT scans may show the difference between bones and soft tissue, spectral imaging is better able to distinguish between different materials of similar density. This aids medical staff with diagnosis, as...Read more
Quantum Detectors, a spin-off from the Medipix Collaboration, was founded to promote a wider exploitation of detectors developed for synchrotron radiation, LASER and other large scale facility applications. Their product, the Merlin photon counting detector system is based on the Medipix3 ASIC. Recently they have adapted the Merlin for electron microscopy applications, in collaboration with the University of Glasgow.Read more